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Murdoch: newspapers will be gone in 20 years

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has predicted the death of the newspaper within the next 20 years, as he gave his view on the future of press regulation to the Leveson inquiry yesterday morning (26 April).

Buyers recognise that print works

In a break from the norm, this issue’s interview features not one, but 21 willing victims – namely the print buyers from the main judging day of the PrintWeek Awards.

Will the 2012 Olympics really cheer printers?

As a journalist, even one writing about the print industry, its hard to ignore anything that has even the smallest link to three little words: London, 2012 and Olympics. The same, it seems, applies for printers. As we report this week, interest in the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) tender for print work has been so huge that the ODA has put off an early stage of the tender by more than a month.

New year predictions: Emma Zakka, TalkTalk

Sadly it looks like 2015 will end up as a bit of disappointment for TalkTalk senior production manager Emma Zakka; with the odds on her Christmas wish coming true only marginally better than those for Chelsea winning the Barclays Premier League.

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